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Motion Control by KOLLMORGEN makes fast and precise cuts from the column of clay

IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH

New industrial cameras from IDS: IMX226 sensor offers excellent image quality

IDS has integrated the high-resolution 12 MP IMX226 rolling shutter sensor into the uEye CP camera family, giving increased resolution, speed and sensitivity. The new models are available with the established GigE or USB3 interfaces and will be available from May 2019.


Perception Asset Tracker

The Neoception Asset Tracker offers cloud-based monitoring of production equipment. RFID readers from the Pepperl+Fuchs IDENTControl System use a tag to identify assets, whose object-specific information is sent via a gateway to the Neoception Cloud, where the data can be viewed at any time. This leads to a more detailed overview and makes it easier to plan production processes.


Save the date: Eplan Virtual Fair on 21 May 2019 “Interactive”: Eplan hosting Virtual Fair

Digitisation will be Eplan’s focus topic during the next “trade fair on the internet” – the Eplan Virtual Fair will be taking place on 21 May and covering all the world’s important time zones with sixteen hours of live operations. Presentations, live demonstrations and management discussions will all be part of the day’s multifaceted programme. It’s goal: The direct exchange of expertisein more than seventy countries around the world.

NORD Drivesystems


Hygienic aluminium drives with nsd tupH: Efficient, economical and corrosion resistant

NORD Drivesystems

New single stage NORDBLOC.1 helical gear units

NORD DRIVESYSTEMS has extended its range of single stage NORDBLOC.1 helical gear units with three larger sizes. The new drive units provide high output torques as well as maximum radial and axial load capacity.

HMS Industrial Networks AB

Industrial Ethernet and wireless growing steadily – first year of decline for fieldbuses in terms of new nodes -  Industrial network market shares 2019 according to HMS

More and more industrial equipment is being connected to industrial networks. In 2019, the number of new connected nodes is expected to grow by 10%. Industrial Ethernet and Wireless continue to grow fast, but 2019 also marks the first year of fieldbus decline. These are the main findings in the annual study of the industrial network market by HMS Networks. Industrial Ethernet now accounts for 59% of new installed nodes (52% last year), while fieldbuses are on 35% (42). EtherNet/IP is still the most widely installed network at 15%, but PROFINET is closing in at 14%. Wireless technologies continue to develop strongly and are steady at 6% of the market (6).

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